Good for Nothing

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"Good for Nothing"
Single by Hard-Fi
from the album Killer Sounds
Released 17 June 2011 (2011-06-17)
Format 7" vinyl, Digital download
Recorded Staines, England
Genre Alternative rock, indie rock
Length 3:51
Label Necessary Records / Warner
Writer(s) Richard Archer
Producer(s) Richard Archer
Hard-Fi chronology
"I Shall Overcome"
(2008)
"Good for Nothing"
(2011)
"Fire in the House"
(2011)
For Tthe 2011 film, see Good for Nothing (film).

"Good for Nothing" is a single by English indie rock band Hard-Fi. It is the first single from their third studio album Killer Sounds. The single cover does not bear the "Parental Advisory" sticker, despite the profanity used during the chorus. It was released as a digital download on 17 June 2011,[1] and soon after received a "Song of the Week" designation from The Tune.[2]

Music video[edit]

The official music video was filmed in Barcelona, Spain.[3] It features Hard-Fi walking around the Tibidabo area, while there are shots of the Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor.[4] There are also appearances of Sant Martí, El Raval and an official RCD Espanyol shirt, the non-touristic and commercial part from Barcelona.

Track listing[edit]

7" single[edit]

  1. Good for Nothing
  2. Good for Nothing (Hard-Fi Meets Wrongtom)[5]

CD & iTunes single[edit]

  1. Good for Nothing
  2. Good for Nothing (Wilkinson Remix)
  3. Good for Nothing (Mark Knight & D. Ramirez Remix)
  4. Good for Nothing (Ray Foxx Remix)
  5. Good for Nothing (Hard-Fi Meets Wrongtom 'Good for Dubbing')[6]

Chart performance[edit]

The song peaked at #51 on the UK Singles Chart.[7]

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